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Sliding transmission Lincoln MK VIII 1993 transmission gear no 1 is sliding .Whit full throtlle all gears sliding . Oil level is ok and it is clear red and does't smell burned

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I'm assuming you mean slipping...sounds to me that you need a transmission rebuild clutches are worn

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